If unicorns were real, they'd eat exclusively at the Unicorn Cafe in Bangkok. Fit for the most majestic of mythical creatures and humans alike, the cafe is a pastel dream of rainbow furniture, plush animals and sugary delights.
It's a magical place. A place like no other. A place where wearing a unicorn onesie while snacking on rainbow crepes and sipping on galaxy soda is not only acceptable, but highly encouraged.
As if you needed another reason to visit Thailand -- or another reason to wish unicorns existed -- check out the photos below.
Travel alone and don't even be upset about it because you've got twelve unicorn friends!
Cake, waffles AND a milkshake? AND there's fruit on the plate? That's a balanced meal if we've ever seen one.
Ah, yes, here's how to make up for all the drab, dull, dreary food you've been eating. Bonus points for the jewel-topped utensils. That's really something.
Here's a close-up of that radiant milkshake, its star-shaped container decorated with a sticker of which Lisa Frank would surely be proud.
The drink magic doesn't stop at milkshakes. They've got sodas, too, of both the galaxy and cotton candy varieties. They're appropriately topped with sprinkles, it would appear.
Even if the unicorns eye your food with great temptation, you shan't go hungry; your horn-topped toast ensures it.
If sweet stuff isn't your thing, don't sweat it, especially if you're a bacon lover. The cafe has rainbow spaghetti adorned with capers and hefty hunks of bacon, a unicorn bacon cheeseburger with unicorn-horn bun, and "unicorn horns" -- fried horn-shaped wontons filled with bacon and mozzarella and served with a mayo sauce.
People are always talking about the lap of luxury. This must be what they mean.
Have you ever been this happy? I mean, really?